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BRUCE CASTLE MUSEUM
Graveyard Scene (detail), oil on canvas by Beatrice Offor (1864–1920), photo credit: Bruce Castle Museum (Haringey Culture, Libraries and Learning)
The artist Beatrice Offor draws you into the deep shade and lush greenery of ferns and shrubbery in her magical tangled garden. She then entices you away to follow the path towards the warm sunshine, as it delicately dances through the leaves and trees beyond.
Available now for just £40 plus postage. You can also buy this image as a customised art print or framed print, or a digital image licence for use in print and online work.
Bruce Castle Museum is a 16th-century former manor house in Tottenham. It is a local authority museum with art and local history collections.
They are a Founder Partner of Art UK and have made a selection of their oil paintings available to buy as art prints, framed prints, or as a digital image licence through the Art UK Shop.
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Photo credit: Bruce Castle Museum (Haringey Culture, Libraries and Learning)
A Tangle in My Garden
Beatrice Offor (1864–1920)
Captain Rogers Capturing the 'Jeune Richard', 1 October 1807
Samuel Drummond (1765–1844)
Edward Robert Hughes (1851–1914)
Ducketts Manor House
John Gilpin on a Runaway Horse
G. A. Cooper (active 19th C)
Lucius and Montague Hare, Younger Sons of Henry Hare, 2nd Lord Coleraine of Bruce Castle, with an Af
Ralph Allen (1694–1764)
Soothsayer with a Skull
The Children of Birkbeck Hill
Arthur Hughes (1832–1915)
A bal masque
A Knotty Point
Angel and Saint
Arthur Hill (1798–1885), at Bruce Castle
Auntie's Best Bonnet
Bacchante with Butterflies
Bristol to London Coach in the Snow
H. S. Cottrell (active 1840–1860)
Henry Thomas Alken (1785–1851)
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London: North & East